Colby shows up at Tribal Council in his earflap hat and the necklace, looking like Bozo the Colbster. The jury comes in, and Lamber tries to look pissed off but can't. It looks like Elisabeth might be smiling at the jury, but I can't tell. Peachy asks Bozo the Keith how much daily life influences the vote. Bozo the Keith says that mind games make "you your own worst...player." Hee. He says he's playing mind games with himself and that he keeps saying "expect the unexpected." He should patent that one. Tina agrees that she feels paranoia when she sees people talking. Peachy calls on Elisabeth and asks about her relationship with Rodger. She turns around and holds his hand, saying he's her "Outback Daddy," which some sick people may think sounds perverted. She says that, from the moment she saw him, she knew there was "something special." Me too! She says that they make each other feel safe. Aw. Rodger then busts out by saying he could "easily turn the tables on Elisabeth" which isn't, I think, what he means to say. Instead, he talks about what a wonderful "young lady" she is. He says that "character-wise" and "morals-wise," she's "tops." Peachy then makes Bozo the Keith admire Colby's shiny necklace. Bozo the Keith uses lots of food metaphors to say he's sad he dropped the lock, but that he can't do anything about it now.
Elisabeth votes for Bozo the Keith and says that it's a good group, but that he's "over-confident" and "cocky." We don't see who Rodger or Tina vote for. Bozo the Keith votes for Rodger and nicely says that he can't wait for that home-cooked meal in Kentucky, but that if it's his turn to go, he looks forward to greeting him on the outside. We don't even see Colby voting at all, which is unusual.
Peachy comes back looking like a broken man; I swear I could tell by his body language that humankind had just taken a hit. We pan to a shot of Rodger looking defiant. Peachy still looks sad. The first vote is for Bozo the Keith, whose head snaps around like he's surprised -- how can he be surprised? At this point, I'm steeled for the worse: Rodger gets the next vote. After a last vote for "Kieth [sic]", it's all over for my sweet Rodger, who resignedly nods his head and gets up to leave. In his gentlemanly way, Rodger says his goodbyes and exits. A single tear runs down Elisabeth's cheek. Mine too.
Next time on Survivor: Elisabeth's hair starts falling out just before a surprise visitor arrives at the camp. Could it be a Rogaine representative? They do sell that at Target....